The year 2019 hasn’t been the best for many enterprises because of the amount of cyber and phishing attacks they had to combat. Many organizations succeeded whereas a considerable amount failed to do the same. In all honesty, all organizations were ready with a host of security and privacy measures to tackle this unforeseen debacle. However, hackers succeeded in outthinking IT security teams by adopting more sophisticated tactics, only to create disruption and chaos for enterprises. As a result, millions of files were left exposed through data breaches, making Ransomware a bigger threat.
In the coming year, IT security personnel, CEOs and CIOs of various organizations will be taking care that their business website, which is one of the key entrants of such attacks will be protected from any possible attacks. This article seeks to help anyone that is looking to protect their websites, especially the ones that have deployed cloud hosting, from various cyber assaults. So, without any further delay, here goes:
- Adopting a Zero Trust policy
Zero Trust is a policy used in businesses that essentially revolves around the belief that an enterprise should never trust anything outside or even inside the organization. In the sense, whatever …